California Lottery leaders are in hot water after photos of them allegedly engaging in lewd behavior were sent to the Governor's office.
An anonymous California Lottery employee sent a package of photos to the Governor to try to draw attention to behavior that occurred during a sales conference in 2016.
Photos show senior leaders at a piano bar in Southern California. One image allegedly shows a lottery official with his head up a woman's shirt.
The whistleblower told the Governor these shenanigans happen often when the management team travels.
In a statement, the California Lottery says they hold their employees to high standards and they expect their employees to refrain from unacceptable behavior. They're currently reviewing the allegations and say appropriate action will be taken.